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USANA & The WTA's Change Makers

Every time a WTA player hits an ace, they raise money for an amazing cause - and it's doubled for USANA Ambassadors. Who's hitting the most Aces For Humanity so far?

Published August 12, 2014 12:13

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The Aces For Humanity campaign was launched by USANA and the WTA at the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells this year, where every ace hit by a WTA player at Premier-level events translates into a donation to the USANA True Health Foundation, whose mission is to provide the most critical human necessities to those who are suffering or in need around the world. For every ace hit by any player the WTA donates $5, and for every ace hit by a USANA Brand Ambassador the WTA donates $10.

2932 aces have been served among all WTA players. USANA Brand Ambassadors Eugenie Bouchard, Sam Stosur, Zheng Jie, Zhang Shuai, Sloane Stephens, Madison Keys and Monica Puig have hit 299.

"The assistance we continue to receive from the WTA and its players has allowed us to quickly respond to disasters and aid thousands of people around the world when they need it most," Elaine Pace, USANA True Health Foundation President, said. "We are so grateful for their support."

See below for all the numbers from the campaign so far - who's hitting the most Aces For Humanity?

Aces For Humanity

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